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October 23rd, 2012 · Leave a Comment

Kinecting with Annerieke, Part 3

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Annerieke Heuvelink, Ph.D. is a researcher with the Dutch institution TNO, who is spending a year at Mayo Clinic working in the HAIL Laboratory, a partnership between Mayo Clinic Center for Innovation, Robert and Arlene Kogod Center on Aging and Charter House. In this installment of Kinecting with Annerieke, Annerieke shares an update on her […]

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October 17th, 2012 · Leave a Comment

Czech Clinical Research Center opens on Mayo model

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  This week they cut the ribbon on what will become the first Euro-wide clinical research center. Located in Brno, the second largest Czech city, the International Clinical Research Center or ICRC will conduct clinical studies with physician-researchers throughout Europe. Conceived by Tomas Kara, M.D., Ph.D. of St. Anne’s Hospital in Brno and Virend Somers, […]

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October 4th, 2012 · Leave a Comment

Individualizing Medicine 2012 — Media Panel Discussion Archive

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Ira Flatow, host of “Science Friday” on National Public Radio hosts a special media panel discussion Great Expectations: Making Informed Decisions in Individualized Medicine Panelists include a cross-section of media, scientists and public representatives. The panelists are, from left to right on the screen: Ira Flatow, moderator Ron Wisnlow, deputy bureau chief and senior medical, […]

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October 4th, 2012 · Leave a Comment

Individualizing Medicine 2012 — Day 1 Archive

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Morning sessions from Day One of IM2012 provide an overview of Individualized Medicine from the theme “Individualizing Medicine Today — A Primer on Individualized Medicine” Michael P. Snyder, Ph.D., Director, Center for Genomics and Personalized Medicine, Stanford University Bryan A. White, Ph.D., Director, Microbiome Programs, Division of Biomedical Sciences, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Jeffrey M. Trent, Ph.D., […]

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October 4th, 2012 · Leave a Comment

Individualizing Medicine 2012 — Day 3 Archive

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Day three of IM2012 features a morning session on the Decision Support Infrastructure of Individualizing Medicine Daniel R. Masys, M.D., Affiliate Professor, Biomedical and Health Informatics, University of Washington  Colleen Bushell, Information Designer, Visual Analytics, National Center for Supercomputing Applications, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Robert A. Greenes, M.D., Ph.D., Ira A. Fulton Chair and Professor […]

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October 3rd, 2012 · Leave a Comment

Individualizing Medicine 2012 — Day 2 archive

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Day two of IM2012 features a morning session on Individualizing Laboratory Medicine James L. Weber, Ph.D., President and Founder, PreventionGenetics Anna Wedell, M.D., Ph.D., Professor and Senior Consultant, Clinical Genetics, Centre for Inherited Metabolic Diseases, Karolinska Institutet and Karolinska University Hospital John Logan Black, M.D., Consultant and Vice Chair of Business Development, Department of Laboratory […]

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October 3rd, 2012 · Leave a Comment

Interview with Dr. Michael Snyder, Stanford University

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Our colleague Hoyt Finnamore caught up with Michael Snyder, the kickoff speaker at the Individualizing Medicine conference…..  

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October 3rd, 2012 · Leave a Comment

Media Panel Big Success

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If you were watching last evening’s media panel from the Individualizing Medicine conference here on Advancing the Science, you already know what a good exchange it was between the journalists and other experts under the moderating of Ira Flatow. In addition to attendees from the conference and members of the public, we had also invited […]

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October 2nd, 2012 · Leave a Comment

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October 2nd, 2012 · Leave a Comment

Ethics and Genomics

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Hank Greely (J.D.) of Stanford Law School is now on stage, talking without a PowerPoint. That is interesting in itself… but his take on ethics of genome sequencing is direct and also interesting. He predicts that in 10 to 12 years, most people will have their whole genomes recorded in their medical records. To get […]

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